Posts Tagged ‘ Garden ’

Santa Barbara’s world-famous Lotusland reopens Japanese Garden

Ganna Walska Lotusland in Santa Barbara reopens the Japanese Garden on June 15 to the public after the $6 million renovation project which began in February 2017. The extensive renovation project honors the original 1960s garden and viison of Ganna Walska, founder of Lotusland, and Frank Fujii. Lotusland’s Japanese Garden is reminiscent of an...
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Protected: 2019 / Van Nuys’ Japanese Garden to present Japanese dance shows and bonsai exhibition, May 19

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Protected: 2019 / Van Nuys’ Japanese Garden to feature Ikebana Exhibition, Mar. 31

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Protected: 2019 / Pasadena’s garden to present Lecture and Booksigning by “California Designer” in a Japanese Garden Apprenticeship, Jan. 25

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Protected: 2019 / Japan Foundation Lecture Series “Secret Garden of Kyoto from Cutting Back” Jan. 22

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Protected: 2019 / Glendale’s Shoseian Teahouse to present Talk by Leslie Buck, author of Japanese garden book, Jan. 20

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2018 / Van Nuys’ Japanese Garden to present Harvest Moon Festival, Sept. 23

<Forwarded for the Japanese Garden> Harvest Moon Festival SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2018 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Last Gate Admission at 3:15 PM) Join us for the Japanese Garden’s Harvest Moon festival. Guests will spend the day enjoying traditional Japanese stories, the artwork for gyotaku/fish printing of artist, Dwight Hwang, the celebratory beats of...
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2018 / Japan Foundation/ Outdoor screening of “Your Name.” at Glendale’s Japanese Garden, Sept. 16

Outdoor Japanese Movie Screening in Shoseian/Japanese Friendship Garden Located in Brand Park, Glendale, 1601 West Mountain St., Glendale, CA 91201 “Your Name.” 106 mins, 2016 Directed by Nakoto Shinkai Sunday, September 16, 2018, Screening at 7:30PM Gates Open at 7:00PM for seating This Event is FULL. Please bring a blanket or chair for sitting on the...
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2018 / Suihoen Japanese Garden in Van Nuys to host “Tanabata” festival, July 8

Forwarded for the Japanese Garden, Van Nuys “Tanabata” A Japanese Star Festival The Japanese Garden (Suihoen) 6100 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406 Sunday, July 8, 2018 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Last Gate Admission at 3:15 PM) Join us for a day of fun devoted to wish-making. Tanabata celebrates the meeting of two...
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